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Subject: Could be interesting with some theorizing
The film itself is not much, but imagining the surroundings, people watching from off camera, what happened before and after the shoot will make it interesting. Also, as cashel mentions it's 23 seconds. Take a look
well dog one doenst look to hard done by. mostly he just hasnt be trained to pull the wagon so he deosnt know how to distribute his weight properly. dog two does look like he came out second best and the halter thing is rather hard to look at poor wee boy.
Subject: FIlm should have stayed at home.
Perhaps the dogs should have been in the cart and the humans pulling them.
Subject: ItÂs Benji!!
So yes, three dogs, 2 carts 2 kids! The SPCA would have a field day with this. Well, if they were closely monitoring amateur films such as this one.
This very short film gives a similar enjoyment as comes from viewing a Norman Rockwell painting.. A scene viewed many years ago,lasting only 23 seconds and preserved on film..An artist does not have a cinema masterpiece but the raw material from which to paint..Similar images are the basis of everyday life and often sum up complex events.